|Man in the Gray Flannel Suit, The - theatrical trailer - Daryl F. Zanuck|
Based on the 1955 novel of the same name, the Man in the gray flannel suit tells the story of a World War II veteran still suject to flashbacks from his deployments and who makes a career switch from a nonprofit foundation to a television broadcasting corporation to placate his ambitious wife. He must then learn to navigate the trickier office politics at his new employer while also fighting various personal problems...
Keywords: drama; Gregory Peck; Jennifer Jones; Fredric March; Marisa Pavan; Lee J. Cobb; Ann Harding; Keenan Wynn; Gene Lockhart
|Armstrong Circle Theatre - The Bells of Cockaigne (1953)|
An episode of "Armstrong Circle Theatre" from 17 November 1953 called "The Bells of Cockaigne", with Gene Lockhart, James Dean and Vaughn Taylor. Light drama, and runs about 90 seconds shorter than most other live-drama shows of the time. Features James Dean shirtless in one scene.
Keywords: Armstrong Circle Theatre; Gene Lockhart; James Dean; 1953; 50s; 1950s; TV; Television; Classic TV; Kinescope; Live TV; Live Television
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|JAMES CAGNEY: Something to Sing About|
"SOMETHING TO SING ABOUT", (1937), is an American film starring James Cagney as Terry Rooney, directed by Victor Schertzinger, who also wrote the music and lyrics of the songs. Cagney's co-stars are Evelyn Daw and William Frawley. The movie is about a New York bandleader (J. Cagney) heading to Hollywood when he is offered a movie contract. The down-to-Earth Rooney resists the "star treatment", an attitude misinterpreted by executive Bennett O...
Keywords: Film; Movie; Spielfilm; Musikfilm; Komoedie; Comedy; Musical; Musik-Komoedie; James Cagney; William Frowley; Evelyn Daw; Bandleader; Terry Rooney; Something to Sing About; Musik; Musik in den Faeusten; Hollywood; New York; Gene Lockhart